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10 summer destinations for foodies
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Summer is almost here, and that means it’s time to start planning your summer getaway! If your life ...

Foodie guide to Manchester: 10 unmissable spots
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Looking for a place to refuel after class, the best brunch in Manchester or where to find a typical ...

How to celebrate Thanksgiving – Our complete guide
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As a non-denominational, secular holiday, Thanksgiving is arguably the most celebrated holiday in th...

From colazione to dolce: How to eat like Italians eat
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The following article was inspired by Rebecca who studied Italian at EF Rome. With her permission, w...

10 best vegan cities in the world
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The world’s coolest cities have become bastions of cruelty-free fare, serving up an incredible array...

Food facts: A quick culinary tour around the world
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From grandmothers that rule the kitchen in Italy to Vietnam’s crazy-cool mix of culinary influences,...

10 best cities in the world for vegetarians (and open-minded foodies)
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With more and more people moving away from meat consumption for both ethical and environmental reaso...

7 reasons why studying in Sydney will change your life
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It is the city of sun, surfboards, and BBQs on the beach: Sydney, Australia. If you haven’t visited ...

Hult reviews: The best of Boston’s student life
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With its prestigious universities, world-class sports teams, and reputation for thought leadership, ...

5 things you absolutely must eat in New York City
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There are so many things to love and appreciate about New York City that it’s hard to really list th...

Fall in love with fall
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Red, orange, and yellow leaves. Clear blue skies. Fashion weeks, book releases, and art exhibitions....

How to Tea: An introduction to British tea culture
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Even though “A day without tea is a day without joy.” is a Chinese proverb, the British sure have pe...